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Pro Tools throws up an Assertion Error if it is unable to find a "Bounce To" location after bouncing in an open session. For example, if the "Bounce To" path is renamed or moved after a bounce, Pro Tools throws up an assertion error, instead of defaulting back to the Bounced Files folder. No other bounces can take place until the session is closed and reopened. Pro Tools then defaults back to the Bounced Files folder. ...more »
Pro Tools should remember which channel of a multi-mono plugin was displayed the last time the plug-in GUI was displayed. For multi-mono plugins on, for example a 5.1 dialog bus, it is time consuming to switch to the center channel every time the plugin GUI is displayed.
The auto-downmix feature in Pro Tools 12 I/O Setup is a convenient feature when opening surround sessions in a stereo environment. However, there are no user-definable settings for adjusting downmix levels or mutes. Also, there have been some questions as to whether the current auto-downmix settings are working correctly or matching any industry standard formats. I suggest a preference pane to apply factory and user ...more »
Please include a preference to always restore I/O Setups from sessions when opened, like what was available in previous versions of Pro Tools using the "Sessions overwrite current I/O Setup when opened" checkbox in the I/O Setup window. Something along the lines of "Always restore I/O Setup from session when opened" as a checkbox in preferences. I have been bitten by the current behavior in Pro Tools HD 12.4 on Yosemite ...more »
Sorry for the heavily abbreviated title. Couldn't figure out how to complete the thought with so few characters. Could there be a preference for the Send Fader to show absolute values rather than delta values when a channel is in trim mode, but send level automation is disabled in the global Automation Enable window? For example, I usually have many channels in Trim mode towards the end of a mix. I only have volume ...more »
When importing multiple audio files with different sample rates, using Cmd-Shift-I (on MacOSX PT 8.0.3 and later), Pro Tools will only recognize the sample rate of the first audio file in the list and will pull all audio files of differing sample rates up or down when importing, resulting in those files having an altered length and playing back too fast or too slow in the session.
would be n ice to be able to hide Pro Tools with a keyboard shortcut. apple-H is already used, so another shortcut?